Condo buyer blames Adorno & Yoss lawyers for condo deal

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Puerto Rican businessman Manuel Soltero filed a malpractice suit against the defunct Adorno & Yoss law firm and two former partners, alleging they were negligent in their representation of him on a condo deal near the height of the housing bubble.

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  • Jorge Cantero, CIPS.

    The article is an eye opener of posssible problems which may arise when pre-construction representations do not match the finished product. The article left me wondering how the court determined the value on the loss of "panoramic views"



    Jorge Cantero, CIPS

    EWM Realtors International, Brickell Office

    305-793-5197

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